Pet & Feed the Animals at Bali Farm House

A new animal attraction in North Bali offers alternative locations beyond the several zoos and animal parks currently operating on the island’s south.  As reported by, Pancasari Village in Buleleleng Regency, North Bali, is now home to the charmingly beautiful and educational Bali Farm House, where visiting guests and families can experience agricultural production […]

Hong Kong watchdog warns pet owners to be wary of animal boarding services

Hong Kong pet owners have been urged to conduct thorough checks before sending their animals to boarding services, with a survey finding half of such businesses will not assume legal liability or provide compensation for accidents. The city’s consumer watchdog also warned on Monday that while pet homestay services had become increasingly popular in recent […]

Labour vows to outlaw trail hunting in crackdown on animal cruelty

By Harriet Line Deputy Political Editor 00:09 08 Jun 2024, updated 00:13 08 Jun 2024 Labour will today pledge to end trail hunting as part of a major crackdown on animal cruelty. To protect Britain’s pets, the party has vowed to introduce the biggest boost to animal welfare in a generation.  They will end the […]

Tulsa adding animal shelter to help homeless stay with pets

Tim Stanley ,  Mike Simons Since she lost her husband earlier this year, not much has gone right for Debi Copeland. But having a friend at her side, she said, has at least helped her survive emotionally. “We’re both very laid back. I think she gets that from me,” she said of Lily, her canine […]

Should Pets Have the Same Medical Care As People? What Pet Guardians Think

Now that many more options are available for our pets, do people think advanced veterinary care is always a good thing or that it sometimes goes too far? Photo: SeventyFour/Shutterstock By Zazie Todd PhD This page contains affiliate links which means I may earn a commission on qualifying purchases at no cost to you. These […]

How pet trends have harmed animal health – and what we can we do about it

The human desire to seek novelty in their pets is harming their health, writes Jacqueline Boyd for The Conversation. Dogs come in all shapes and sizes. We’ve moulded some of them to have large protruding eyes, sloping backs and shortened legs through selective breeding. What is increasingly clear is that some of the extremes of […]

The Pet Professional Guild Australia Conference

Will I see you down under? (part 2). Photo: Mudassir Ali/Pexels By Zazie Todd PhD I’ll be presenting at the Pet Professional Guild Australia conference in Sydney which runs from 14-16 June. The conference takes place at Rydges World Square in Sydney, with some practical workshops on the 14th at St. Ives Showgrounds. My talks […]

Homeless pet owners need better options to protect their animals •

A scoping review has brought to light five key ways in which the health of homeless pet owners and their animals can be significantly improved.  Despite the fact that around 10% of homeless individuals have pets, detailed information on how to effectively support their health has been scarce. These pets often serve as the sole […]

Hill’s Pet Nutrition to test Bond’s animal protein alternative

Colorado, US-headquartered Bond Pet Foods has shipped to Hill’s Pet Nutrition the first two metric tons of animal protein created through fermentation. Hill’s Pet Nutrition will start formulating test products using the protein ingredient for regulatory review by the US Food and Drug Administration’s Center for Veterinary Medicine and for market evaluation. The shipment marks […]

Cap on pet surrenders helps ease overcapacity at Garland animal shelter

Much like other cities in North Texas, Garland is dealing with a capacity problem at its animal shelter – but its animal services department has found some success in reducing the number of animals in its shelter after city officials earlier this year lowered the number of daily owner surrenders from five to two. Animal […]

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